Hannah Burn

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Geoffrey McGrath delivers a petition bearing more than 125,000 signatures, urging Amazon to stop donating money to the Boy Scouts on May 21, 2014.
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren

Marcie Sillman talks with former scoutmaster Geoffrey McGrath about the president of Boy Scouts Of America's call for an end to the ban on openly gay adult leaders. 

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Ross Reynolds talks with Shilo Murphy, executive director of the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, about their new initiative to hand out free meth pipes.

Kirkland Has The World’s Greenest Road

May 19, 2015
Northeast 120th Street Extension in Kirkland, Washington, received the highest rating from The Greenroads Foundation.
The Greenroads Foundation

  A short street in Kirkland has earned the honor of being the greenest road in the world -- at least by one measure.

Earlier this month, Northeast 120th Street Extension earned the highest rating in the history of The Greenroads Foundation, scoring 46 out of 118 possible points.  

Marcie Sillman talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about new mental health policies and how the state will pay for them. 

New Seattle Co-op Is All About Beer

May 14, 2015
Flying Bike Cooperative hopes to open their doors late June.
Courtesy of Erinn Hale

Kim Malcolm talks with Kevin Forhan, head brewer of Seattle's first cooperative brewery, Flying Bike, about making beer with over 1,000 bosses. 

Thoa Nguyen competes on "Beat Bobby Flay."
Courtesy of the Food Network

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle chef Thoa Nguyen about her long and winding path path to successful Seattle restaurateur. Nguyen filmed a segment on Beat Bobby Flay for the Food Network which will be airing May 14.

Washington state capitol flag Olympia legislature
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Ross Reynolds talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about lawmakers' progress to a budget deal. 

Pharmacy prescription
Flickr Photo/Mike Mozart (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with University of Washington pharmacy professor Don Downing about a new law that changes how pharmacists will operate in Washington state and why he worked for 15 years to get it passed.

business board room
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Marcie Sillman talks with Colleen Brown, chairwoman of American Apparel and board member of multiple local companies, about her push to get more women on corporate boards in the Pacific Northwest.

An Acousitic Doppler Current Profiler (four blue-red cyllinders with yellow housing) is installed at the base of Axial Seamount.
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Ross Reynolds talks with University of Washington oceanographer John Delaney about Axial Seamount, the underwater volcano that just erupted off the Oregon coast.

"When the volcano erupts it releases a gigantic plume, just like any volcano, except that all that plume is caught within the ocean itself," Delaney said. 

Washington state capitol
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Marcie Sillman talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about what's on the state's big to-do list for this year's special legislative session. 

Brandon Johnson and Graham Robinson (behind) share a victory shot after crossing their hopscotch finish line.
KUOW Photo/Hannah Burn

Today on The Record, we bring you a special "sound of the day" featuring the victorious defeat of a Guinness World Record for hopscotch by Brandon Johnson, a student at University of Puget Sound. Winding back and forth across multiple parking lots, the hopscotch course measured 3.78 miles long. 

Mount Rainier seen from the town of Orting, Washington.
Flickr Photo/Neil Hodges (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Jeannie Yandel talks with Washington Post reporter Eli Saslow about his coverage of the small town of Orting, Washington and what happened after they hired their first black police officer. Hint: it went terribly.

Editor's note: This story contains some offensive language.

China flag
Flickr Photo/Graig Nagy (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with James Bradley, author of "The China Mirage," about our perceptions of China.

The University of Washington's Intellectual House.
Screenshot from YouTube

Jeannie Yandel talks with Ross Braine, the University of Washington's tribal liaison, about his big dreams for the University's brand new Intellectual House, a space for Native Americans on campus.

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